This sure did feel like it went on forever. Maybe I was just in the wrong mindset to watch. Ended up zoning out a lot. Kinda cool soundtrack though.
Very sweet and nostalgic, but I'll be honest, I didn't think this worked well as an audience member. This was basically a reunion specifically for the actors which for some reason they turned into a marketable piece of media. There's very little information or stories in the documentary. Almost no new footage or anything. It's just a bunch of people talking about how great the other people they worked with were, how great it is to see them again and…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
What a dark, exhilarating piece of media.
Some people seem worried that this movie is here to justify Joker's actions; to make him seem right and thus will motivate real people to follow the movies example. It's a superVILLAIN origin story, anyone who sees this and thinks "yeah, he's the good guy" would need to be missing the entire basic premise. Hell the film is about a person with a serious mental illness, I highly doubt this is glorying his…